Dr. Monica Floyd
Serving Bonner & Prendergast since: 2004
B.A. Widener University
M.A. LaSalle University
Ed. D St. Joseph’s University
Bonner-Prendie Step Team
Dr. Monica Dickerson-Floyd received a Bachelor’s of Art degree in Spanish, Sociology, & PreK-12 Education from Widener University, a Master’s of Arts degree in Bilingual-Bicultural Studies from LaSalle University, and a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from Saint Joseph’s University. Dr. Floyd has taught Spanish for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia for 14 years, having taught at Saint Maria Goretti and Father Judge High Schools before joining the Bonner community in 2004. Dr. Floyd has served as Department Chairperson, and has been an active member of the World Language Curriculum Committee for over ten years. She also acts as the moderator of the Bonner-Prendie Step Team and Board Game Club. Dr. Floyd has been an adjunct Spanish instructor at Cabrini College for four years, and currently teaches Spanish at Delaware County Community College.
I originally chose Bonner because I was told that it was the “Father Judge (where I was formally employed) of the south,” and because it was very close to my home and children’s schools. I quickly learned that Bonner, nor Prendie could compare to any other school. They were in a class of their own. The fraternity of brotherhood, and the Panda Pride that I have witnessed amongst these students has moved me like no other. In good times and in bad I have seen the students come together in faith and support. Now, as we transition into this new community of one school body, it is already evident that the students show continued pride and unity. I look forward to being a witness as the building of new traditions unfold.